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Sector - Renewable Energy
So what do you think? Which kind of energy takes up more space? Which kind of Energy is sustainable?
Source - Google
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Sector - Climate Change
Millions of people in vulnerable areas, such as some parts of Asia, will have to deal with a worrying scenario of conflicts, food crises, flooding, droughts and huge economic losses caused by climate change by the end of the century, according to the leaked draft of a forthcoming international climate report.
Source - eco-business
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Sector - Climate Change
Virgin CEO Richard Branson said that those who are skeptical of man-made global warming should “get out of our way,” joining the ranks of CEOs lashing out against those opposed to business investments in “sustainability.” Branson made his remarks in the wake of Apple CEO Tim Cook’s telling global warming skeptics to “get out of this stock” if they did not agree with the company’s green investment strategy. Cook made his comments after being confronted by a free-market activist who pressed him on putting the environment ahead of profitable investments.
Source - google
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Sector - Clean Fuels
Tata, an Indian car maker has constructed a prototype air-powered car – the Airpod – and while this robot looking vehicle is a little bit out of the ordinary, it may just save the world. The company has completed testing on two vehicles that are powered by compressed air. Despite looking like R2D2’s distant cousin, the small air-powered vehicle clocks a speed in the vicinity of 80km/h (50mph) and can travel as much as 200 km or 125 miles before needing to be recharged.
Source - Google
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Sector - Green Living
- Plastic is generally non bio-degradable. - Sea Turtles are eating plastic bags, mistaking them for jellyfish - Plastic bags are among the top two items of debris found most often in coastal cleanups - Plastic bags wrap around living corals, quickly "suffocating" and killing them
Source - FB
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Sector - Renewable Energy
Take 300,000 computer-controlled mirrors, each 7 feet high and 10 feet wide. Control them with computers to focus the Sun's light to the top of 459-foot towers, where water is turned into steam to power turbines. Bingo: you have the world's biggest solar power plant, the Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System.
Source - FB
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Sector - Green Living
Each one of us has to contribute to change the world . Lets adopt Green Living by purchasing Renewable Energy products, Recycle and Reuse and save electricity.
Source - Facebook
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Sector - Renewable Energy
A UT Arlington research associate and electrical engineering professor have designed a micro-windmill that generates wind energy and may become an innovative solution to cell phone batteries constantly in need of recharging and home energy generation where large windmills are not preferred. the device that is about 1.8 mm at its widest point. A single grain of rice could hold about 10 of these tiny windmills. Hundreds of the windmills could be embedded in a sleeve for a cell phone. Wind, created by waving the cell phone in air or holding it up to an open window on a windy day, would generate the electricity that could be collected by the cell phone’s battery.
Source - dailyfusion
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Sector - Renewable Energy
Solar Roadways can be a reality. Majority of highway receives lot of direct sunlight which can be used to light up neighboring houses, highway lighting etc
Source - facebook
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Sector - Renewable Energy
In Australia, a nation rich in coal resources, it's unlikely any new coal plants will be built. The reason? Renewables are cheaper, hands down! Unsubsidized wind power is now cheaper to produce than subsidized coal or gas. And solar is not far behind.
Source - Google
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Source - eco-business
Sector - Climate Change
Millions of people in vulnerable areas, such as some parts of Asia, will have to deal with a worrying scenario of conflicts, food crises, flooding, droughts and huge economic losses caused by climate change by the end of the century, according to the leaked draft of a forthcoming international climate report.
Posted By - GreenMela Editor
Source - google
Sector - Climate Change
Virgin CEO Richard Branson said that those who are skeptical of man-made global warming should “get out of our way,” joining the ranks of CEOs lashing out against those opposed to business investments in “sustainability.” Branson made his remarks in the wake of Apple CEO Tim Cook’s telling global warming skeptics to “get out of this stock” if they did not agree with the company’s green investment strategy. Cook made his comments after being confronted by a free-market activist who pressed him on putting the environment ahead of profitable investments.
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Source - google
Sector - Climate Change
Uttrakhand Flood disaster. Climate change related disasters are increasing year by year.
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Source - Google
Sector - Climate Change
India impacted by severe heatwave
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Source - theaustralian.com.au
Sector - Climate Change
Melted water rushing along the surface of the Greenland Ice Sheet and through a glacial stream. Picture: AP Source: AP
Posted By - AK
Source - Google.com
Sector - Climate Change
Hurricane Sandy was most destructive hurricane since Katrina.
Posted By - GreenMela Editor
Source - India TV News
Sector - Climate Change
More than 80 people have been killed in monsoon floods in northeastern India and nearly half a million people have fled their homes.
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Source - hindustan times
Sector - Climate Change
Many questions as Rio Summit seeks to help sick planet
Posted By - Chandan Arora
Source - hindustan times
Sector - Climate Change
The charter is supposed to sum up the challenges and spell out pledges to nurture the oceans, roll back climate change, promote clean growth and provide decent water, sanitation and electricity for all.
Posted By - Chandan Arora
Source - The Hindu
Sector - Climate Change
In Andhra Pradesh, a stretch of 37 km between East Godavari and Visakhapatnam districts has been classified as having very high risk.
Posted By - Chandan Arora
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